Owners moved away, leaving dozens of cats inside of home without food

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Dozens of cats and kittens in South Carolina have been spared a slow and painful death, no thanks to their former owners. On Tuesday, the Florence Area Humane Society posted images of the cats, and the conditions they were living in, to its Facebook page, explaining what happened:

These starving cats & kittens (30 of them approx!!) were discovered in a house in Florence today among feces, urine and filth. And no food! Their owners apparently moved leaving them to basically starve.

Unfortunately, the shelter is unable to take all of the cats and kittens in because they have no room. The animal welfare agency writes:

We are looking desperately for rescues but it’s not going to happen overnight. We need foster offers!! Can anyone FOSTER 1, or even 2 of these babies temporarily? They are all friendly.

Can you help?

The shelter is pleading for assistance, writing:

If you can help us please call Dean at the shelter, 843.629.5456 or email Jayne at boswell.Jayne@gmail.com. We are desperate & have no space for these animals. We also have to try and get each animal vetted to ensure they are healthy, which is a huge drain on any funds we have raised.

Will I still fit on your lap mom?

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